Cecilia Engbert Assistant Editor Goals are a good thing. Ask anybody and they’ll say the same thing. Your parents probably barraged you in your youth, and maybe still do, about
Veronica Novotny Editor-in-Chief It’s been a rough semester, hasn’t it? If you can’t agree, and have truly been walking on Cloud Nine all semester, then I’m glad for you, really.
Cecilia Engbert Assistant Editor Are you afraid of being basic? Are you afraid of being like everyone else? If you answered yes to both of those questions, then I encourage
Veronica Novotny Editor-in-Chief In addition to editing the Troubadour and serving as co-head of sacred art for the chapel office, I dabble in freelance work. Namely, driving transportation Saturday at
Cecilia Engbert Assistant Editor As a teenager, I spent a decent amount of time babysitting, hoarding away crisp twenties that have long since been swallowed up by my college tuition.
Veronica Novotny Assistant Editor How often have we complained lately about campus life? I don’t know about you, but I know that I myself, as well as the people I
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief “We are an Easter people, and alleluia is our song!” Happy Easter everyone! As we make our way through this liturgical season, I wanted to take some
Veronica Novotny Assistant Editor No, it’s not Thanksgiving. But it’s important to give thanks year-round, so allow me to tell you a story about my week. It was pouring rain
Edyta Wolk Editor-in-Chief From the moment we are old enough to understand what Lent is, we are encouraged to either give something up or take something on in order to
Veronica Novotny Assistant Editor Recently I have heard so many fellow students complain about “the regulations.” You already know what they are, and the biggest complaint pertains to masks. Clearly